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, barbara hale but i want to simply note that we hit a pretty important milestone in the history of lafco here in san francisco. this past tuesday we have a final vote at the board of supervisors, an eight-three vote on community aggregation which allows the clean power program to move forward. certainly the first phase of that program, and i want to begin by thanking all of the members of the lafco, the commission who are here today and have been working on this for so many /)n)eí/years. of c our vice chair, commissioner avalos, one the newest members and commissioner olague and commissioner shelt -- schmeltzer and i want to thank you for your insight and that this program was done in the right way and we keep the various agencies accountable and i want to thank you for that, and i also want to thank our fab fabulous lafco staff. it took a lot of work behind the scenes and they're always ready to do what had to be done and of course this wouldn't be possible without the amazing work of the san francisco public utilities commission and we heard what everyone had to say about ed harri
. from ed sullivan to "saturday night live". a million votes later, barbara walters talks to tina fey about the shows america says were the best on tv. >>> good onning. i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin with breaking news a secretly recorded tape at a mitt romney fund-raiser with content so controversial that it led the controversial nominee to speak out tonight. the tape earlier this year captures the presidential hopeful, saying that nearly half of the american voters are living off the government and believe they are victims. david muir has the latest on the developing story. tonight mitt romney walking up with a smile but his campaign is in mode this evening. >> i understand there's a video on the internet for a few weeks that's attract the some attention. >> reporter: that video posted in snippets shows mitt romney in a partially blurred out video speaking to wealthy fund raisers. romney said nearly half of the americans believe they're victims, and goes on to say his job is not to worry about those people. there's 47% who vote with him no matter what. 47% who are with him, who are
're determined to bring these killers to justice. pentagon correspondent barbara starr is joining us. barbara, first of all, we do know that there have been arrests made. at least four people who are being detained. do we know anything about them, and how is the united states, the pentagon, and the military involved in this investigation? >> well, a full-blown investigation underway now, suzanne. as for those arrested in lib yashgs even though libyans are saying they may not have been directly involved in the attack, perhaps they know something about it so the u.s. is going to want to find out everything those people have to say, but the investigation underway also here across the u.s. government agency, cia, director david petraeus on capitol hill this morning briefing congress about some of the latest developments. nobody speaking officially about it, but afterwards senator john mccain came out and offered some riveting detail. >> i know very well there were demonstrations, that there was a group of either al qaeda or some radical islams who about 15 of them armed with rpg's and other letha
print them? joining me now is barbara blaine, a sexual abuse founder and survivor of the network those abused by priests, known as snap. i've done several stories of barbara and i'm a great admirer of her and her organization. they protect lots of children. so, barbara, thanks for joining me. >> thanks for having me. >> tell me what went through your head when you read father groeschel's comments? >> at first, i was shocked. i had to check the date and make sure the story was coming to us this week. and i feel that it's mean spirited, it's hurtful, and it's just like rubbing salt into the wounds of victims. >> barbara, this hits close to home for you. tell me about your own experience when you were a child. >> well, the priest abused me when i was growing up in toledo, ohio. it started in the summer between seventh and eighth grade and i thought it was my fault and he led me to believe that it was my fault. and he used to tell me that i had to go to confession and, believe me, as a child, i already felt so guilty because of what he was doing to it me, and so i think that that had a neg
>>> good morning and welcome to news 4 midday. i'm keith russell. i'm barbara harrison. right now, police are canvassing a neighborhood hoping to solve the murder of a 17-year-old honors student. we are live from the kettering area with more on the investigation of the murder of amber. tony, what are they talking about at this time? >> reporter: all this morning, prince george's county police have been scouring the neighborhoods and local shopping centers passing out the flyer that shows the reward of $25,000 for leads in the murder of amber stanley. they are at this 7-eleven hoping somebody with information will step forward. >> somebody knows something. >> it's beyond barbaric. >> reporter: police are still without leads in the 17-year-old. >> i have a daughter. she's 12. if that happened to my child -- i -- i can't fathom what they are going through. >> reporter: this morning, officers reached out to the community handing out flyers and talking to residents hoping anyone with information might come forward. >> we meet here routinely to speak casually about crime trends and patt
the last of the western journalists from afghanistan as well as barbara walters interview with monica lewinski, the highest rated program in history. before joining abc mr. westin was at pickering in washington, d.c. where he was also the clerk to the supreme court justice lewis powell jr.. and yes, before i forget, he was president of abc network groups for three years before heading to the division. so please, give a warm welcome to david westin. [applause] >> thank you very much for the introduction. you can always tell a professional, can't you? that tony and that voice. i'm delighted to be here with you in san francisco tonight. i've heard about the commonwealth club for years and a good friend of mine was just here recently with merkel author for the president's club and she told me with a great experience a plus to revive the looking forward to being here with you tonight. i thought i would try to explain a little bit about why i wrote this book. i had -- i was fortunate in having a rather fortunate experience. i started in journalism as the president of abc news. i hadn't been
for senator barbara to speak. interesting thing they are doing at this part of the democratic national convention. they are bringing out all the democratic women senators, obviously. again, part of their women's push. they are trying to court this women's vote. mike emanuel is with us. covers capitol hill for us. correspondent around here for as long as i can remember. the president has lost some support among women voters according to the most recent survey. of course in fact, his numbers are down precipitously. >> seeing going after the traditional democratic constituencies tonight that native america woman from montana elected earlier statewide office rising star education official. you have barbara the longest serving female member of congress. the longest serving female member of the united states senate. so they are reaching out and saying women, we care about your issues. you have been with us. we want you back. even later this hour they will have the president of planned parenthood to try to hammer home that message that we are for what women want. women's health, women's issue
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's wednesday, september 12th. we begin with breaking news in the middle east. chris stevens died yesterday when protesters attacked the us kons late. president obama shared his condolences. >> today, we mourn four more americans who represent the very best of the united states of america. we will not waiver in the commitment to see justice is done. make no mistake, justice will be done. >>> meanwhile, we are learning more about the attack. melissa is live with more. >> hey, keith. since the deaths, the president ordered increased security. as many as 200 marines could be sent to libya to bolster security. >> 52-year-old jay christopher steven z was a career diplomat. he was assigned earlier this year. he served two tours in libya running the office in benghazi against gadhafi. he once worked as an international trade here in washington. a large mob stormed the consulate with automatic weapons firing at the building before burning it to the ground. stevens was found in a small room
; dr. barbara cohoon, deputy director, government relations, national military family association, washington dc; dr. mike haynie, executive director and founder, institute for veterans and military families, syracuse, ny; a. kathryn power, samsha strategic initiative lead for military families and regional administrator region 1, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, boston, massachusetts. kathryn, there's approximately 2.3 million active military men and women and about 22 million vets. um, talk to us a little bit about why military families are important to our national security. well, i think that one of the most important reasons that we are paying attention to the military family is because we know that this particular conflict is taking a major toll on military service members and their families. i think it's mrs. obama who uses the statistic, saying that 1 percent of the people are doing 100 percent of the fighting. and i think that statement really resonates with all of us across the united states who real
to stop a nuclear iran. and this just in, barbara walters here tonight on what president and mrs. obama just said to her about life after the white house. >>> a new hope for breast cancer. is this mysterious clue the answer for tens of thousands of women? >>> the kennedy tapes. tonight, hidden tape recordings of a fully human president, angry, probing, a little girl under his desk now all grown up telling you the biggest thing she learned about her father. an abc news exclusive. >>> and family reunion? everyone who thought they were stealing the show at the emmys last night, were put under by a tiny gladiator from our "modern family". today, she show us what she's really like. >>> good evening. as we come on the air, president obama and republican presidential candidate mitt romney are in a duel over war and peace. 43 days before "your voice, your vote" the question is this, how does the united states stop iran from getting a nuclear weapon and taunting both of the candidates from the sidelines, the president of iran, mahmoud ahmadinejad is in new york, he's at the united nation. also i
francisco general hospital! [applause] i am barbara garcia, director of health for the city of san francisco. we know the mayor is on his way. we are going to go ahead and start. this is a proud day for all bus. first of all, i want to thank all of you san franciscans for your support of the san francisco general trauma center. thank you. today, we dedicate your commitment to your own health, your family's help, and the help of all these city. -- your family's health, and the health of all of the city. you can see the new hospital is going up and is already beautiful. [applause] that is more than a building. it is the future of our hospital. and the general has always been a big part of our city, our past, present, and future. the story of san francisco general started in 1851 san francisco started the board of health. the hospital moved here to potrero avenue. the hospital was rebuilt over the years, offering children's and psychiatric services to respond to the needs of children. in the 1998's, the current hospital was -- the 1990's, the current hospital was built and was one of the first
issues imimpactcting our regio barbara lang joins us, preresident and ceo of the d.c. chamber of commmmerce peteter m morici of the university of maryland, and josh boak of "the fiscal tim." weot new consumer spending numbers. what were the headlines? >> consumer spendi was up a lot, the most of that was higher gas prices. goining forward, there does not seem to be room for gwth when it comes to retail sells. >> beyond the heaines where do we see growth? >> wsaw a drop in clothing and electronicales. august is important for those products because it is back-to- school shopping. that tellsls you about the ntality of several consumers. >> barraigh and d guesessing some peoe re holding on for the i iphone. those numbmbers wi picick up in september. tatalk about specifically d.c., where you u see growth and decline. the restaurant business, new activity -- break it down for us. >> d.c., for t the first time since 2009, i believe has the lowest unemployment rate we have seen, and we are one of three states, noticed that i said " states" ththat saw decrease. >> i do not think the wh
's a special hosted by barbara walters. she will reveal the winners in best comedy, drama and the best show have all time. it is tonight at 9:00 right here on abc2. mere's a sneak preview with barbara sitting down with miss piggy. >> what advice do you have for maybe other young pigs who want to be like you? >> i'm glad you asked me that, barbara. to all of the young piglets who aspire to greatness, follow your dream, follow your heart but most of all if you're up for the same part as me, get out of to. >> that's very sweet and encouraging. >> thank you. >> you can catch the rest of that show at 9:00. after that stay tuned to us no a woman say as man tried to pull her into a white work van last night. >> we'll tell you where it happened and what police said the van looked like. that's coming up on abc2 news at 6:00 which
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 mid dachlt i'm barbara harrison. i'm keith. right now, the state department is warning american embassy workers around the world, especially in the middle east to be on alert in the wake of this week's deadly attack in libya. that includes kuwait, sudan. egypt's embassy was also in the warning. the violence spread to yemen. this was the violence there this morning. they managed to get on to the embassy's grounds. demonstrators removed the sign on the outer wall and set tires on fire. they brought down an american flag and burned it. this is all in response to an anti-muslim video that sparked protest in egypt and libya. >>> we have learned the identity of another american killed in libya. he was working for a private security company. the former navy s.e.a.l. was from massachusetts, he and am bas der stevens died in benghazi, libya. the pentagon is moving two warships. they don't have a specific mission but give the military more flexibility to launch any mission president obama should order. the president won't say if he's thinking of m
hester, barbara stewart is going to follow up with specific comments as to this year and has been in the various papers. this is from the community services element, and this is a seismic hazard zone. if you notice a large part of san francisco is in a hazard zone. it's hard to tell but in this case and this is a map, two pages later, of tsunami zones and basically around the edges of the city. what is missing in here is a factual analysis what happened in 1989. i didn't live through the 1986 earthquake -- 1906 earthquake but a lot of us lived through 89. there were deaths because of the majority of the city in the eastern part is on this type of fill and i will go back to the map on page 11. this is bay fill and there are large chunks of district six and mostly bay fill and large chunks of seven and three and two and some in supervisor's wiener's district because the water went that far west and we do not have -- where is the area that the city has planned on increasing housing? they have an increase of housing in all of this area that is filled, and it was industrial area
.s. embassy compound in the city of sanaa. >> barbara, we understand you have been to that particular embassy. what can you tell us? >> those pictures are very familiar, zoraida and christine. this embassy is located on a very busy, commercial street in the capital. what i can tell you, this is one of the most secure embassies that the united states has. it looks like they are very close to that front gate situation. the yemeni forces control the street, the outside perimeter of the embassy. there are checkpoints and anyone on that street who tries to approach the embassy is stopped well before they get there. this is a place that has seen many protests, has seen attacks, seen attempted attacks. one of the most secure. but let's be very cautious here. we have seen the unrest at u.s. installations over the last few days. reports are the yemeni forces are trying to control the situation. we will have to keep monitoring this in the coming hours. >> barbara, we are hearing about shots fired. is that some inside the embassy out or from outside the embassy in? >> well, the reports that i-witnesses
. item 11. >> (reading item11 from agenda. >>barbara hale, verify to our customers the electricity, we are required under state law too make this disclosure and you need to attest to the voracity. we also have been working under the state law with the california energy commission and provided the same information to them, with that, i ask for your support, happy to take any questions. >> any questions? >> i have a question, just because i've lost the thread in it. helpy has been grandfathersed? >> yes. our helpy power, we have' separate stream for helpy power. our content label lists our use of traditionally eligible and large hydro, and disclosing to the customers where the power comes from. that's not going to change as that are faz as we know. this is no expiration stated in the law as pfs passed. >> is there any credit if we replace some of that. there's also talk if you start to replace some. large stale that's grandfathered in, that there could be credit: >> i don't believe the law it covers that. at the time the law was under consideration. there are aspects to the extend
knows about is one way to combat the issue. and barbara, you were noting before, during the break, that essentially it's not just about the service man or woman-it really goes beyond that it extends into the family in terms of the, the threats that suicide poses? well, our families have been under stress for, at 10 years of war and plus and what research has been showing is that our families are having increased need and request for mental health services. also, seeing an increase in alcohol and drug abuse, um, especially when the service member is deployed. and so as, um, our study found that depending on how well the communication was going on between the nondeployed spouse and the children dictated as far as how well the household did but also how well the children did. and if the nondeployed spouse was experiencing any sort of mental health issues that in itself increased issues within the children. they have not been tracking as far as what's happening as far as with our families. are our suicide rates up as far as with our spouses and with our children? are our attempts up w
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 midday, i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith. we begin with breaking news this morn. sad news from the football world. art modell the former owner of the ravens dead this morning at the age of 87. he bought the cleveland browns for just $4 million. he will be forever be known for moving the team to baltimore in 1996. the ravens won the super bowl in 2000. he sold the ravens in 2004. news 4 melissa mollet is in baltimore and will have more on modell's passing at 11:30. >>> fairfax county schools may change how they discipline students. the disciplinary policy. news 4 megan mcgrath has more now from fairfax. >> good morning. every student in the fairfax county public school system is bound by the rules and policies of the rights and responsibilities manual. but that manual is quite large. it's over 40 pages. and it's actually in the process of being updated and changed. that process, however, has not been without controversy. some parents have called for a reworking of the discipline rules and they want input into that process. well, later
the violence. but in their search for sanctuary, families often find a new set of desperate conditions. barbara star looks at efforts to help the refugees who have fled to jordan. >> reporter: the u.n. envoy for syria arrived at the refugee camp in next door jordan to see the grim conditions facing those who have escaped bashir al assad's regime. his visit just days after his first meeting with assad in damascus coming away with no progress towards a peace settlement, but time and space may be running out for the syrian refugees here. syrians are trying to sur vif the nonstop wind and dust storms. today there are more than 30,000 and jordan is desperate to build more camps. jaffir, jordan's minister of planning, came to washington seeking more humanitarian aid as soon as possible. >> we believe the number of syrians are coming in according to the current trends that we are seeing will hit that capacity, and we have to start working very quickly at building a new camp to accommodate future arrivals over the rest of this year, and in early 2002. they are still making the case for more help. >> yo
the world our country is safer and our people are resilient. welcome, i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's september 11, 2012. with the ringing of the bell and a bugler playing "taps," president barack obama, first lady michelle obama and white house staffers observed a moment of silence for those who lost their lives 11 years ago. just one of many happening today. news 4s megan mcgrath live on the pentagon where another ceremony wrapped up. hey, megan. >> reporter: that's right. the ceremony just wrapped up here. many family members moved over to the victims memorial, which is closed to the general public, reserved for the family members to have a quiet moment this afternoon to reflect. the ♪ itself was short. only a few people spoke, including president barack obama. that was done on purpose. there was an effort here to keep this event low key and to limit the attendance to those who lost loved ones in the attack on the pentagon. the sunrises above the pentagon ushering in another solemn anniversary. 11 years ago today, 184 people were killed when flight 77, flying low wi
and learn during that nine months. barbara korsch: i think that, you know, usually people don't make a conscious effort to prepare for that. they are in the state of mind, and let's hope they have someone who's going to father the child whom they respect and whose values they like. i like to say that a pregnancy begins when two people who are in love with each other decide that they're going to become pregnant and raise a child till that child is 20 to 30 years of age, not before. j.p. garamone: we've been married 13 years. we pretty much put the decision off till later on. we really thought that we would, you know, travel and do a lot of things together, etc., etc., and then when the time was right, we'd figure, you know, we'd talk about it then. and then one day, it was like, is this going to be a nursery or is this going to be a guest room? tracey garamone: and i went for my annual doctor's appointment and said we're thinking about it and next thing you know, the next month, it happened. well, there's no question that if we take from the very beginning, planning a pregnancy is far
>>> good morning, everyone, and welcome to "news 4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell. it's friday, september 7th. let's get right to the big story. a sex scandal is rocking one of our area's most prestigious football programs. five players reportedly off the team for hiring prostitutes on a team trip. "news 4's" tray sigh wicee wilk more on the investigation and reaction from the community in hyattsville. >> the entire community is trying to wrap its mind around exactly what happened and now we're hearing from parents and also the principal of the school. >> the school community is saddened and hurt by the actions of these few who do not reflect the community. >> it's a private boy's school with a respected reputation and stellar athletic program. now it's dealing with an unfortunate turn of convenients first reported by "the washington post." >> the incident referred to in the newspaper occurred after 5:00 a.m. on saturday morning. the school first learned of it on tuesday afternoon and began an investigation. five students and their families were notified th
they are about to walk on to the stage and we are going to hear first from senator barbara mikulski of maryland, she has served the longest and she was first elected in 1986. >> diane feinstein. we are going to hear from barbara mikulski and they will introduce each one of these women one at a time. we saw senator diane feinstein and now barbara boxer and we will listen to the rest. a member of the democratic leadership in the senate and the first woman to ever chair the senate veterans affairs committee, washington state senator, patty murray. a senator leading our effort to make things and grow things in america, michigan senator debbie stabanau. standing up for the middle class and working with the farmers and businesses of her state, from the land of 10,000 lakes, the great state of minnesota, senator amy clabashar. the first woman in the united states history to be elected governor and u.s. senator, new hampshire senator jean shaheen. senator hick begin a senator to fights to keep north carolina first in education and first in honoring our military troops and veterans. fighting to make sur
the rainbow we saw yesterday many moisture around santa barbara barbara heading towards bakersfield, -- as far as the rainbow from yesterday this is the way it looked in clayton yesterday 7:30 you can see the virga creating the double rain bow it was seen just about -- the rainbow, it was seen just about everywhere here's another shot from the mission of that double rainbow rare treat here in case you didn't see it go ahead and take a look send any of your pictures to ureport we would love to show them and share them. let's talk about today. less storms, less cloud cover, more dry air, more sunshine, more warmth. coast and bay clouds some may slip into the east bay valleys. if you liked the weather to be a nonfactor, comfortable goldilocks just right that's the kind of weekend we are going to have. back closer to averages, san francisco three degrees warmer to eight in concord. san francisco 60s san jose 80 with cupertino 76 palo alto, 68 millbrae. mid 50s to near 60 coast, mid to upper 60s downtown south san francisco and sausalito. real warmth ukiah 89, 30° cooler in bodega bay 58°. 68 ber
are not seeing the virga which created the rainbow we saw yesterday many moisture around santa barbara barbara heading towards bakersfield, -- as far as the rainbow from yesterday this is the way it looked in clayton yesterday 7:30 you can see the virga creating the double rain bow it was seen just about -- the rainbow, it was seen just about everywhere here's another shot from the mission of that double rainbow rare treat here in case you didn't see it go ahead and take a look send any of your pictures to ureport we would love to show them and share them. let's talk about today. less storms, less cloud cover, more dry air, more sunshine, more warmth. coast and bay clouds some may slip into the east bay valleys. if you liked the weather to be a nonfactor, comfortable goldilocks just right that's the kind of weekend we are going to have. back closer to averages, san francisco three degrees warmer to eight in concord. san francisco 60s san jose 80 with cupertino 76 palo alto, 68 millbrae. mid 50s to near 60 coast, mid to upper 60s downtown south san francisco and sausalito. real warmth ukiah 89,
toward salt lake city. if you're watching us on ksby 6 in nearby santa barbara, learn about the different planetary processes that affect the earth and you at the santa barbara museum of natural history. >>> nour is here an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. we have all the details on blake lively and ryan reynolds secret wedding last weekend. it was planned by a martha stewart weddings expert. it was held on the south carolina plantation used in the movie "the notebook." she wore a makaza gown, he wore a burr berry suit. the cake driven in from virginia cost $3,000. and music was by florence welch of florence and the machine. >>> one side note here, olympic swimmer ryan lochte who made lively his dream girl is reportedly very, very sad. >>> jessica simpson helped katie couric premiere her show yesterday saying she's lost 40 pounds since giving birth. the new weight watchers spokesperson says the company has not pressured her. >>> sheryl crow told couric she thinks cell phone use may be to blame for her brain tumor. >>> and finally, christian bale is a real life sup
to the drawing board, thank you. >> thank you. i will call a few more names. barbara raymond, katherine roberts, al winerup, nick freeman, christian ettiger. >> i'm rod block, executive director for golden gate restaurant association. i'm here in two capacities, the business community and as someone followed cca in 2004 when first voted for and i worked for supervisor pier. at that time cca was promised to create thousands of local jobs, green jobs, move the city to 100% renewable at better price than pg&e. eight years later we have a contract before you. a contract that is going to cost close to $20 million, not counting six million already spent, which the controller says will cost jobs, not increase, not create city and city-owned power generation and will cost residents 77% more for electricity generation. let's look at the players in this process. shell energy. so shell energy, pg&e, clean power sf and rate payers. shell energy we found out two days ago started drilling in alaska, also the largest investors in the canadian and carbon intense way. pg&e a local company has challenges. they h
'm barbara taylor with kcbs. >> recognize the voice. >> initially kcbs and "the chronicle" both had a lot of problems with this legislation. to put it briefly, our feeling was if it is not broken, don't fix it. for over four decades -- three and a half decades, my only experience, this has been a problem-free, user-free, customer-friendly system. reporters and news organizations apply to one office the press parking -- the press public information office for both their police press pass and their press parking pass. you send it over. they do the paperwork. they give you the information. it is one-stop shopping. what the city has said that it wants to promote. not forcing people to go to one agency, then to another agency. now we have in this latest proposal a hybrid where the police department has agreed to take all the applications. one person who works on them. and forward them over to another agency that will then review all the same applications, so it is totally duplicated. two different agencies doing the same work. if that is what they want to do, that is fine. our concern is that
is an interesting question. barbara walters asks the question about the first lady filling his shoes in the oval office. >> michelle would be terrific, but temperamentally i don't think -- >> whoa, what does that mean! >> we'll find out what michelle had to say about her husband's response. >>> plus, nfl replacement refs under new fire. we go deeper into the blown call that has outraged players, coaches and fans. >>> peanut butter recall 3q finally carpet cleaning got easier. try resolve easy clean to deep clean your carpets. just 3 easy steps for beautifully clean carpets. it removes 3 times more dirt than vacuuming alone. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. how can the dishwasher do its job ? adding finish power up to your detergent brings your dishwasher back to life. dishwasher buildup, cloudiness, spots, even tough stains-- gone ! so don't give up. add finish power up. wow ! see the difference. >>> low to mid 60s coast more cloud cover than yesterday, 70s bay, 70s mainly 80s inland more dominant than 70s. across the country 69 in salt lake, 65 seattle, 71 portland, eastern seaboard mid
. according to senator barbara mikulski... the jobs will be added over the next 4 years. a canadian dance studio is stirring up controversity with its latest class: pole dancing for kids.the instructor says her classes are abouu fitness and fun... not sex.she sayy children who pole ance get an upper-body workout.vascular and "there is nothing provocative. there is nothing sexual about it. it's pure fitness and strength and fun. i mean kids love climbing trees. they will cllmb anything" anything"kids pole dancing isn't new.just last week... there was a national pooe dancing championship in russia... where kids as young as 7 were allowed to compete. 3 3 3 purple monday is here! &pand if the opener of the nfl season wasn't enough to get football fans revved up... this game has more even more meaninn because of who the ravens are dddicating their season to. at m&t bank staaium with a preview of tonight's game, and a recap of some great moments on the ravens home-field over the weekend. good morning joel d. ((ad lib)) game is tonight at 7:00. vs. the bengals... honoring art modell. m
barbara walters will reveal the winners. here's look at one of barbara's interviews, saturday night live's -- >> who's idea was it to do sarah palin? >> america's idea. >> the oared -- audience insisted on it. >> okay. that's enough. that's too much now. >> do you think the kind of impersonations that your stars have done of presidential candidates of political figures including sarah palin have influenced the -- >> oh, that's a t >> watch it and then steek around for -- stick around for us. what time? >> 11:00. >> all right. we'll be right back. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work. but with advair, i'm breathing bet
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